U.S. to Get Its Own Supply of Radioisotopes Thanks to Approval of RadioGenix System

A good deal of advanced medical imaging to spot cancer tumors, and help to diagnose coronary artery disease and other conditions, relies on injecting radioisotopes into the body whose location can be tracked. The most common is technetium-99m (Tc-99m), but it has been in short supply because there are only a few nuclear power stations around the w (Read more...)

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